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# Which one must yield the right-of-way when two cars meet at the intersection of a two-lane road with a four lane road?

A. The car on the four lane road should yield.
B. The car on the left gets the right-of-way.
C. The car on the two-lane road should yield.
D. I m the king of bongo-bong!?!?

This question is part of Practice Drivers Quiz #2
Asked by Machinemiller, Last updated: May 24, 2020

#### J. Harty

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J. Harty, Writer, M.A, Chula Vista

The best option for this question is letter C. If there are two cars that are going to meet at the intersection, the car on the two-lane road should yield so that the other vehicle will be able to pass through. The other options may not be ideal for the given situation.

A is the complete opposite of the correct answer. B is also not a good option because it does not matter what side the car is on. The important thing is whether the road is two-lane for four-way. D is also not a good idea obviously because if you do that, you might get into a fight with the other people on the road.

#### Christian Jackson

Christian Jackson, Content Developer, Austin

Option C is correct.
The car on the two-lane road should yield if two cars meet at the intersection of a two-lane road with a four lane road.
All other options are wrong.

John Smith